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Jan 24, 2013 10:00pm EST
is that both nation states, which is to say governments, and individuals and groups, organizations, are engaged in trying to take advantage of vulnerabilities in cyber. that's what makes cyber so worrisome. >> what is it you worry about? >> well, what i worry about is that that same capability could be used to implant a destructive device that could cause significant harm to the industrial base, whether it's critical infrastructure or the financial network. >> reporter: all of which makes the recent press frenzy over david petraeus and marital i didn't -- infidelity seem like less of an issue. to my surprise, general dempsey didn't dismiss it that easily. >> what is it the commander would not have known before haenld or any man or woman serving under you would not have known beforehand from this situation. >> we had a conversation about competence and character. i think over the last ten years when you're at war, you tend to value competence above all else. naturally, the nation's well-being is hanging in the balance. so the first lesson i think would be not that we've neglected th
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